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G. Evelyn Hutchinson

George Evelyn Hutchinson ForMemRS, was a British ecologist sometimes described as the "father of modern ecology." He contributed for more than sixty years to the fields of limnology, systems ecology, radiation ecology, entomology, genetics, biogeochemistry, a mathematical theory of population growth, art history, philosophy, religion, and anthropology. He worked on the passage of phosphorus through lakes, the chemistry and biology of lakes, the theory of... Read More

BornGeorge Evelyn Hutchinson
January 30, 1903
Cambridge, England
DiedMay 17, 1991 (aged 88)
London, England
NationalityEnglish, American (naturalized 1941)
FieldsLimnology, ecology
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